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Can Users Actually Convert on Your Website?

Conversions – they’re what every business owner is aiming for from their website and are the ultimate measure of success for a website.   Conversions don’t have to mean sales, it could be someone downloading a PDF for more information or subscribing to your newsletter. After all these things will all help to move this individual along the buying process.  Something you may not have […]

Is Your Website’s Navigation Really That Important?

Your website’s navigation – it’s how users find what they’re looking for, make decisions and most importantly convert into an online enquiry or sale.   Without good navigation, your website is fairly useless and won’t be benefiting your sales or marketing at all!  It’s easy to prioritise how your website looks over the usability of the site, especially as a business owner.   You get […]

Why Your Website Needs to be Mobile Responsive

It is no surprise to most of us that the amount of people using mobile devices has overtaken desktop users at a rapid pace. There has been a distinct increase in browsing on the go, and it’s safe to say we have all noticed. We have definitely experienced a few people not looking where they’re […]

Get Your Website Ready for Christmas

Christmas will be here in the blink of an eye, which is why we need to start getting our marketing ready right now. Yes, we do mean right now, drop the pumpkin and let’s get moving! If you haven’t already read our previous blogs on preparing your Christmas marketing, you can find these here. From […]

WNW Digital Launch a New Website for DoorStuff

We have recently launched a new website for the e-commerce site DoorStuff. They are an online retailer selling door accessories. The main aim for this website is functionality and to improve the usability of the site. Since they were already a client of ours for SEO, the SEO team played a large role in the […]

WNW Launch a New Website for Devon Archaeological Society

We have recently launched a brand-new website for the Devon Archaeological Society who offer information and activities surrounding archaeology and Devon’s past.   The main aim for this design was to really modernise it compared to the previous website as well as improving the usability.   Improving the navigation from a small sidebar panel into larger header navigation was one of the big […]

WNW Digital Launch New Website for Bradbeers Furniture Rental

We have recently launched a new website for an existing client, Bradbeers Furniture Rental. Bradbeers are an existing client of our company, they have an ongoing SEO project with our team, so this was a big factor in the redesign of the site. SEO was at the forefront of our team’s mind during this design […]

WNW Digital Launch New Website for Extra Help

We have recently launched a new website for the home-help company, Extra Hands. This is a new website for the company and we focused on making the site modern and easy to use for all its users. This website is designed not only people looking for extra help in their home but also people looking […]

WNW Launch New Website for Jane’s Places

We have recently launched a new website for the accommodation provider, Jane’s Places. This client previously had two websites, and was looking to update their online presence along with combining both sites into one. We wanted to update and modernise the design, adding more colour and a sleeker layout. Images are a key part in […]

WNW launches a new website for Body Language

We have recently launched a new website for the beauty salon Body Language. Body Language has been a client of WNW’s for many years and also have SEO and Blogging projects with us. The website redesign was to update and modernise the old site as well as making the website more effective for their target […]

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